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Caffè Nero, Terminal 2 arrivals [Find on map]
Sunday 12 March 2017, 10:30
Laura Riganti’s music is a testament to the diversity of her tastes, from fellow Scot Paolo Nuttini to Bob Marley to Chance the Rapper to Nicolas Jaar.
The majority of her lyrics are conjured up while clubbing. Venues such as the Red Box in Ibiza’s legendary Space club and London’s own Village Underground have provided unlikely locations for many of Laura’s most productive writing sessions (preferably with a pen on a napkin though - her phone screen is often smashed due to, let’s say, an ‘over-enthusiasm’ for the music).
Shows at festivals around Europe, as well as her most acclaimed track - a cover of Miguel Campbell’s Something Special / Baby I Got It that the DJ still uses as a set-closer 4 years on - are perfect examples of Laura at her most relaxed.
Singing, for her, is therapy, and the music is born of passion not personal gain. For Laura, there’s no better feeling than when someone from the crowd hangs back after a gig to say one of her lyrics resonated with them.
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